Someone Needs A Holy Water Enema
Life is stress. Either you learn to manage it or it manifests into an intestinal gremlin hellbent on exacting revenge. Or at least that’s the kicker plotpoint of Bad Milo!, a dark comedy starring Ken Marino (Party Down, The State, Wet Hot American Summer) that screens at the Texas Theatre (231 W. Jefferson Blvd.) this weekend. The film is rated R for “bloody comedic horror violence,” which are four words made much more fabulous when strung together as a warning, and shows Duncan (Marino) as a man on the edge. Tormented by his boss and frustrated by his parents, Duncan becomes overcome with gastrointestinal anguish. Ulcer? Nope. Cancer? Nuh-uh. Kidney stones? Wouldn’t that be nice, but sadly, no. The problem is that darn demon occupying his colon. The Hyde-like counterpart crawls out to even Duncan’s scores whether he gives the go-ahead or not. Join in the campy hellshow at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, or pop in sooner on Friday or Saturday for earlier weekend screenings. Tickets cost $9.50. Visit thetexastheatre.com for showtimes.
Oct. 4-6, 2013
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